Calling all hustlers! First of all, we feel you, fam. That daily grind can be tough! From work, and school, to staying active while maintaining a healthy social life we know it can be tough finding a balance! But it’s time to rest easy, cause we’ve compiled a handy list of tips to help you make the most of your day to day and stay ahead of the game.
Routine is Key
In order to get the most from your days, try to stick to a regular sleep schedule. Our bodies are wired to thrive off routine so try head to bed and wake up at similar times to ensure you are well rested and energised; ready to seize the day!
As simple as it is, one of the best things you can do for your overall well being is to up your water intake. Benefits include clearer thinking, better skin, more energy and better digestion among many more. While you’ll need to prepare for a few more trips to the loo, the pro’s far out-way the cons.
Get out There!
Where possible, make sure you get out in nature every now and then. Getting outdoors has been proven to improve your mood, boost creativity, reduce stress and even help with memory. So do yourself a favour and get outside to help level up your day to day.
Time your Tasks
The key to boosting your daily output is figuring out at what time of day you’re at your peak productivity. Are you an early bird, an afternoon delighter or a night owl? Find out when you work best and time your most important tasks to suit.
Organise that #ootd
If you have a big day planned, do yourself a favour and plan your outfit the night before. Doing this simple act of preparation can prevent your mornings from being a frantic scramble through your closet and leave you ready to put your best (well-dressed) foot forward.
Clear workspace, clear head.
Another tip to improve your day to day is to keep a tidy workspace. As you will be spending the majority of your productive hours in this space it’s important to ensure you keep it neat and organised. Help inspire yourself by buying some cute stationary, plants and organisers and become the envy of your coworkers.